PLACE inspired the sharing of stories across southwest Scotland and beyond. The project drew interest from around the world via social media, including through its fascinating Tumblr blog. With its goal of putting heritage at the heart of communities, PLACE had a strong focus on inclusivity and accessibility, bringing some memorable in-person events and generating a wide range of digital and ‘live’ resources. We are delighted to share the outcomes of PLACE and will continue to platform the project as a legacy learning resource.
The PLACE in the Biosphere Project was conducted in partnership with nine communities and co-funded by Galloway & Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere, Dumfries and Galloway and South Ayrshire Councils, and the Southern Uplands Partnership.
We invite you to explore some of what was created and discovered below. More from the PLACE in the Biosphere Project is available for download in our Archive.